Based on Baldwin's unfinished manuscript, Remember This House, a stirring, personal account of the lives and deaths of his friends Medgar Evers, Malcom X and Martin Luther King Jr.
The second leg of Simon Reeve's tour of modern-day Russia begins in Siberia and takes him to Russia's far south-west and the majestic Caucasus Mountains. From Lake Baikal, the oldest and deepest lake on Earth, Simon takes the Trans-Siberian Railway to the city of Krasnoyarsk, the scene of brutal violence in the 1990s, and now the location of a cafe paying homage to Vladimir Putin. There he is introduced to a Siberian community that worships a former traffic cop they believe to be the reincarnation of Christ.
Simon Reeve embarks on an epic three-part journey across the largest country in the world in search of the real Russia. One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Simon travels through this land of extremes to investigate what the next century might bring for the powerful Russian Federation and its relationship with the rest of the world. Simon uses his trademark insight and warm manner to get to the heart of a nation that’s more often viewed through the bleak prism of cold war hostility. He meets an extraordinary range of characters while unlocking the beauty and variety of this vast country. Setting out amongst the active, snow-capped volcanoes of Kamchatka, over 6,000 kilometres from Moscow, Simon explores one of the remotest regions of the country. The population of Russia's Far East has fallen dramatically in recent years, but travelling by chopper and skidoo, Simon finds indigenous reindeer herders who are still eking out a fragile existence in this spectacular but inhospitable wilderness.
Eddie arrives in Dubai, the opulent heart of the United Arab Emirates, to explore how the city's extreme wealth drives technology, culture, and food.
Continuing his Italy tour, Anh travels south to Naples. Anh also climbs the crater of Mt Vesuvius and does a Vespa tour of the Amalfi Coast, ending with a delicious lunch and amazing views.
Comedian Anh Do is on a special quest to see Italy. From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, Anh experiences the best of Italy.
Eddie drives through Los Angeles, exploring the city's food history from the invention of the drive-through to the current health and wellness food movements.
Eddie arrives in Washington, DC, during the week of the inauguration to explore DC's own fight against adversity and the problems of these volatile times.
Set in the South Pacific, Wawa, a young girl from one of the last traditional tribes, falls in love with her chief's grandson, Dain. When an inter-tribal war escalates, Wawa is unknowingly betrothed as part of a peace deal.
Anyone who's ever lived in New York has a version of their New York. Eddie Huang takes a journey through his New York, introducing his friends and family.
Peru has become the gastronomic capital of Latin America. Eddie explores how the acceptance and preservation of bio and human diversity has made Peru a culinary powerhouse.
Eddie checks out Toronto by embedding himself in a handful of immigrant communities to better understand how ethnic food flourishes under the support of multiculturalism.
Anh rents a motorcycle to explore central Vietnam and the Vietnamese fascination with Luck. Anh travels north to the capital of Hanoi, where he samples produce from the Old Quarter's 36 specialist streets then enjoys the old-world French influence at the historic Metropole Hotel. Next he visits the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh. Known as Uncle Ho to millions of Vietnamese, he is regarded as the father of modern, independent Vietnam. The spectacular scenery of the Red River Delta around Nin Binh is the setting for a hands-versus-feet rowing race on the river. Anh goes hunting for snails, a local delicacy, then cooks them up in the traditional way. Anh ends his journey in a north-western mountain town of Sapa, where he helps out at a local school and finishes the evening at a raucous party with Hmong tribal ladies.
Anh Do returns to Vietnam to rediscover his birth land. He gives insight into modern-day Vietnam, from local family life to incredible culinary delights and the best adventures Vietnam has to offer.
Eddie Huang visits Seoul to see how South Korea's rise through soft power has affected the country for better or for worse.
Eddie travels through Japan to learn how individualism has helped and hurt the Japanese.
In the final episode of Struggle Street, Michael has a financial windfall and decides to indulge his passion. Indigenous couple Josh and Monica have been sleeping rough after Josh was released from jail and struggle to find anyone who'll rent them a home. Meanwhile, Jess finds a welcome escape in art. Her painting of a pet canary has just been entered into a local art show - so can a small victory mean big changes for her and mother Michelle?
Jarrod and his two eldest children find themselves on the streets and struggle to get emergency assistance. Nearby, Sue is battling housing authorities as she attempts to find alternative accommodation, and mother and daughter Michelle and Jess are coming to terms with life on the poverty line. Michelle has had to leave her job to care for daughter Jess, who suffers a rare genetic disorder - and it seems their financial plight means even a wheelchair is out of their reach.
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